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  • Markets fall on US employment fears

    Full Story | 6th April 2020
    US markets ended the week lower on Friday after the release of the monthly US employment report showed large job losses in March. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 360.91 points, 1.7 percent, to 21,052.53, .
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  • Volatility returns to the markets

    Full Story | 3rd April 2020
    US markets recovered from earlier losses and closed higher on Thursday as stocks were boosted by a strong rally in oil prices. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 469.93 points, or 2.2 percent, to 21,413.44 .
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  • Markets end mixed as virus takes toll

    Full Story | 1st April 2020
    US markets closed lower on Tuesday, ending a wild first quarter as concerns over the ongoing coronavirus pandemic overshadowed policymakers’ attempts to easy the risks of economic damage. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 410 .
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  • Markets continue their surge

    Full Story | 27th March 2020
    US markets surged higher on Thursday, closing up for the third day in a row as investors took comfort from the overnight passage of a historic $2 trillion economic stimulus bill by the Senate. The .
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  • Swiss exchange SIX to Acquire BME

    Full Story | 26th March 2020
    Market summary:The Maltese market closed in the green on Wednesday, with MSE total index ending the session 1.052% higher to 7,659.688 points. The best performer was the Malta International Airport plc with 5.29% surge to .
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  • Dow notches largest single-day point gain

    Full Story | 25th March 2020
    US markets soared on Tuesday amid growing optimism that the US Congress will agree on a fiscal stimulus package aimed at fighting the economic impact of the current virus pandemic. The Dow surged 2,112.98 points, .
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  • Markets end week lower

    Full Story | 23rd March 2020
    US markets ended the week lower on Friday as another volatile session battered stocks. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 913.21 points, or 4.6 percent, to 19,173.98 while the S&P 500 index dropped 104.47 points .
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  • NYSE to temporarily close trading floor

    Full Story | 19th March 2020
    Market summary: The Maltese market closed in red on Wednesday, with the MSE total index ending the session 2.25% lower to 8055.672 points. The best and only one performer in the green was BMIT Technologies .